Silent Meditation Retreat: Listening To My Heart (1-day)

Listen to the wind, it talks.
Listen to the silence, it speaks.

Listen to your heart, it knows.
Native American proverb

be still.
It is when I sit in silence that the world quiets and my heart’s desire can be heard. ♡
Melissa Bowers

Retreat from the busyness of everyday life and experience the transformative benefits of being silent.

The quieter you become, the more you can hear.
Baba Ram Dass

be yourself.  go within.
Find a stillness within that allows you to listen with your whole heart. ♡
Melissa Bowers

Learn to focus your attention and be fully present in each moment.

When I am silent, I fall into the place where everything is music.
Rumi

be honoured.  restore & renew.
Allow yourself to rest in the sacred heart space of silent connection and experience peace.
Melissa Bowers

Make time to unplug and reconnect with yourself.

Silence is a form of great strength.
Lao Tzu

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1-day Silent Meditation Retreat: Listening To My Heart

DAILY FLOW  Our typical retreat flow::

9:30-10:00
Registration 

10:00-10:30
Introductions & Vow of Silence

10:30-12:00
Breathwork + Movement + Meditation
Explore the mind-body-heart connection

12:00-12:15  Break

12:15-1:00
Walking Meditation (rain or shine, please dress for the weather)

1:00-2:00
Lunch | Mindful Eating

2:00-2:45
Spiritual Learning ~ Cultivating Compassion & Daily Mindfulness

2:45-3:00  Break

3:00-3:45
Breathwork + Movement + Meditation

3:45-4:00
Release of Vow | Q&A with optional sharing

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Time:  9:30am-4:00pm

Dates & Location:  Update re COVID-19  Potential reschedule date from Sat April 25th –> to Sat May 23rd.

Sat July 25th  |  Sat Oct 24th
Collingwood, Ontario, Canada.  Details provided upon registration.

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Registration:  $88.  Register online @ Eventbrite.

Bring:  Yoga mat, meditation cushion (optional), comfy snuggly clothing, blanket or shawl for your comfort, journal & pen, water.

Our whole spiritual transformation brings us to the point where we realize that in our own being, we are enough.
Ram Dass